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black men in prison today, when the fact that we get a college education, but can we find a job? but yet when sean read the statistics, the majority of us voted for a president that doesn't represent us. >> i have a question. why? >> right now, we as republicans have not put forth an urban agenda to counter what the democrats and president obama said. not one time when we look at high unemployment, the president introduced his nominee for secretary of labor, talked about disability, about the lgbt community, not one time in that five-minute speech of mr. perez, did he talk anything about african-american or black community and unemployment. >> back there. >> i will say this. with the color thing, my mom is 86 years old. somebody walked up to her and said sister, do you know where you're from? and she said, yeah, long island, new york. no, no, which country are you from? >> the united states of america. that's the way they are trying to shove it down their side? if we can say, guess what? we're american. i mean, i served in the military. we're not black and white in the military. well, we
for my panel. as college tuition skyrocket is a college education still worth the money. >> not if you want an education. if you want to party for four years, it's super expensive. >> john: i agree, and mom and dad pay for it. >> no, no, you can experiment sexually with anybody at any time. there is no reason to pay those kinds of tickets. >> lee camp, is a college education worth the money? >> yes it teaches you quite well how to be obedient and get locked in a career that you hate for the next 30 years because we're paying off the debt. >> that brings us to tonight's f-bomb. as bob dylan said, 20 years of school and they put you on the day shift. when it comes to the american dream education has been the bedrock. the way to get ahead is to contribute to society so you're not at home smoking weed and watching cartoons in a town called bedrock. get a job, contribute to the economy, and your hard work will benefit the hard work of the middle class who hope to send their kids to college and its repeated as the blessed land for years to come. the fact that it's a great place to party and
when i get there that are gone. commerce, education and the -- what's the third one there? let's see. >> the third agency of government, i would do away with education, the -- commerce and, let's see, i can't -- the third one i can't. oops. ♪ >> it the mitt romney on the side of second amendment before he was for the second amendment? >> the reason we fought the revolution in the 16th century. >> i grew up on a farm. i grew up -- i grew up on a farm. >> today's going to be awesome, girl. now, brian will have your most creative tweets on what's next for the texas governor later on in the show. now here's mika with a look at what's coming up next on "morning joe." >> that was pretty good. coming up on "morning joe," president obama throws down the gauntlet in afghanistan warning he'll pull out every last u.s. soldier as the relationship breaks down with president hamid karzai. also, the situation remains on the brink in egypt. the muslim brotherhood and military square-off in what could be another deadly day. back at home, a media circus here in new york city. eliot spitzer kicks off
whose weekly salaries are firmly lodged in the three figures. but hodges thinks her business education was worth what she paid. >> i use, today, the things i learned every single day. sometimes it's soft skills-- negotiation, personnel-- and sometimes it's really specific frameworks for opportunity selection in terms of how to make the company grow quickly, grow sustainably, cash management and those kind of entrepreneurial and start-up skills that we learned at school. i would be lost running the company without it. >> yeah, its like a start-up. >> reporter: even company founder and choreographer andrea miller can now sound more like a business major than the juilliard dance student she once was. >> i think i have the skill set and the discipline to be able to do things outside of this artist box, because what i'm asked to do in building this company-- fundraising, development, marketing-- this is a business to me. i'm building a small business. >> reporter: but just as in the days of bach, berlioz and brahms, today's arts institutions need patrons to keep them afloat. >> you can neve
was almost killed by the taliban for advocating education for girls is sharing her courageous story with the world. malala youssif spoke at the united nations. ♪ happy birthday to you >> reporter: a birthday on a world stage. >> so here i stand, one among many. >> reporter: at a special assembly of teens for malala u yousafzai. >> let me say the words that the taliban never wanted her to hear. happy 16th birthday, malala. >> reporter: it was ten months ago that the taliban ryed to kill her for promoting education for girls. her survival ignited a global movement. >> weakness, fear, and hopelessness died. strength, power, and courage was born. they thought that the bullet would silence us, but they failed. and out of that silence came thousands of voices. >> in fact, millions have signed her petition to provide education for every child around the world. >> she has experienced the discrimination. she has suffered because of her wle beliefs. and she has fought back. >> reporter: hard to remember, she's just a teenager. >> she was more worried about her geography homework than her
nutritional education should come with the food given and parents need good jobs to feed their children. the hash tag jobs and economy. another republican, high. caller: hi. wow. what a crazy discussion. you know what's funny? i hear all these people say different things but i really feel people don't care about anything. do you hear what everybody is saying? the republicans and democrats and independents. there's a lot of hungry kids out there, you don't even look like you're interested in this to i go. host: well, i'm sorry that you think i'm disinterested. i assure you i am. what are your thoughts on it? >> there's different position bus nobody seems to really care about i. i just don't get it. host: why do you want people to care more? caller: well, it's a big issue, but everybody has an opinion but nobody does anything. that's what i just don't like. host: what do you think people should do? caller: more. don't you think? i mean you're looking at your papers and doing all your other stuff, i mean are you really interested in this conversation or just doing your job? host: well, i
. and tim wise, anti-racism educator and author of the book "dear white america: letter to a new minority." it was incredibly difficult to watch trayvon martin's father on the stand today trying to hold it together, trying to keep his composure under these conditions. and it's strange to much time being spent on contesting this one piece of evidence, whose voice is on the tape? why is that important to the case, karen? >> it's important because obviously the defense wants to prove that zimmerman was not the aggressor, he didn't provoke the situation, and that he didn't create the situation. so if he was the one crying for help, obviously, you know, he wasn't the one who put himself in that situation. that's what they're trying to prove, and obviously whoever's crying for help is the person that's in a position of vulnerability. and if that's zimmerman, obviously his self-defense is going to be a lot more credible. >> it strikes me as bizarre just watching this, this kind of contest over the plausibility of trayvon martin as essentially the aggressor in all of this, which, yeah. >> i mean,
yousafzai is making a statement. she poke at the u.n. about the need for children's education and why being targeted by the taliban only made her stronger. >> they thought that the bullet would silence us. but they failed. and although thousands of voices, the terrorist thought they would change my aims and stop my ambitions but nothing changed in my life except this. weakness, fear and hopelessness died. strength, power and courage was born. >> teenager, malala said the pink scarf she's wearing once belonged to the late prime minister benazir bhutto. >> she just amazes me. she said at the point, is this not about me, this is about every young boy and girl. >> she's proudly defiant. and initially what her call was for children to be educated. and that has added to a list of other causes. >>> coming up zimmerman defense attorney mark o'mara said his client would never have been arrested if it weren't for a smear campaign led by one man. we're going to tell you who he blames, also -- >>> the man who claimed to be the boston strangler exhumed. still we might know if albert de salvo was a seria
sure hair kids get a good education and want the american dream. that's not going to happen short of the american party balking -- >> the interesting thing about california example. if you look at the exit polls, the republican share of the latino vote is constant from 1988 through 2004. what doesn't change, what happened nationally during the 1990s, the white vote around silicon valley swung heavily democrat. that's what lost california for the republicans. now, if you get rid of the immigration issue, take it off the table, does that allow for further outreach? i think it's an open question, good question but i don't know the answer. >> you're not of the opinion of lindsey graham then that this -- that there's an automatic upside with the hispanic vote for republicans if they pass this? >> i think there is some upside. i don't know how much it is. look at george w. bush running against george kerry, a perfect storm for them to win latino votes and mitt romney, the absolute worth outreach candidate against barack obama and talking about a dishes of 17%. how much of that is due to
anti-racism ed kuwaiter educator tim wise. thank you for being here. that is "all in" for this evening. the "rachel maddow show" starts now. tonight, special guest host, ezra klein. good evening, ezra. >> i should have known i would have seen you around these parts. >> i'm looking forward to the spitzer interview. i'm going up to my office to watch it. >> thank you very much. >>> thank you to you at home for sticking around the next hour. just because rachel has the night off and well deserved, it does not mean the news took the night off with her. there is the huge announcement texas governor rick perry made today about his political future. >>> then also in texas, the popular uprising to the abortion bill that governor perry is making sure, making certain the texas senate is going to get a chance to actually pass. that battle is heating up again tonight after the long holiday weekend. >>> and as chris mentioned, for the interview tonight, you might have heard of former new york governor eliot spitzer, maybe running for office again. he's not running for governor or
mean? it's three agencies of government when i get there that are gone, commerce, education and the -- weight the third one there, let's see. the third agency of government i would do away with education, the -- commerce. and let's see. i can't. the third one i can't. sorry. oops. ♪ >> is it the mitt romney that was on the side of against the second amendment before he was for the second amendment? >> it was actually the reason that we fought the revolution and the 16th century. >> i grew up on a farm. i grew up -- i grew up on a farm. >> on a farm. there you go. rick perry, ladies and gentlemen. >> some things you can work with. >> that isn't one of them. >> oh. >> willie! >> coming up next -- >> willie! you have let me down. where's the bad lip syncing? >> oh. >> oh. >> yeah. >> we didn't -- >> that's the point, joe. we didn't need it. >> oh, no. you always need it. what is it? don't forget the what? >> something for the gas jets. >> come on. >> eugene robinson joins us. plus a live report from san francisco next. >> don't forget the gas. ely for its traffic, congestion,
would do away with education, the. >> commerce. >> commerce. and lets see. >> oh, my. >> the third one i can't. sorry. oops. >> on the other hand, perry has always been at his best when folks underestimate him. he could never handle being the immediate front-runner in 2012 but could he do better as the spunky underdog. he's still the conservative while using tea party rhetoric was considered to be on the liberal side of the spectrum when it comes to the issue of immigration. by the way, in case you're wondering, perry has been careful not to say much about the debate over immigration reform. in an interview with the "wall street journal," he seemed to endorse the idea of the senate bill while simultaneously criticizing the government's ability to enact what's passed. check out this straddle. >> until the border is secure, i don't think americans are going to trust washington to pass an immigration bill no matter how good it sounds or how thoughtful it is until they get the border security. >> does that mean you do not support the senate legislation? >> i don't support what's happening in
, you know, an actual life after you come out of the womb. i'm pro having sexual education in your schools. i'm pro children not going to bed hungry and sick at night in texas. >> well, you seem very young to me and i'm sorry that women your age, that young women are having to learn about the idea of coat hangers which was the option for so many women before roe v. wade passed in this country. thank you for your advocacy. thank you for being here tonight. >> can i mention one more thing? >> sure. quickly. >> people are asking how they can help us. if you can donate, they only have three staff members statewide. if you can donate to the fund, we are going to need abortion funds, transportation costs for the women west of 35. so thank you. >> thank you for your time. >>> all right. i want you all to remember tonight's question there at the bottom of the screen and share your thoughts on twitter and facebook. and we're still awaiting a kissing in the george zimmerman trial. we'll bring you the latest. [ brent ] this guy's a pro, herbie. [ herbie ] there's no doubt about it brent, a re
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backgrounds, education, work experiences. one thing all lawyers no good luck predicting what they're thinking. even lawyers who present cases think a particular juror is in their camp and if they have the luxury of interviewing afterward they find they were dead wrong. >> lisa bloom said that's not a consideration for this. john, what's your thought? >> i have the same view. i think more importantly what wr do they come from. what are their experiences? have they had experiences that allow them to understand the urban experience and the standard african-american community, had some contact with it and do not buy into the stereo typical notion of african-american teenagers. do they have an open mind. they all bring difference experiences. i don't believe an all woman jury means you convict. it may mean that these are all individuals and they will look at it differently. >> what's your perception of the make up of the jury? >> i would not have liked this jury because there's no african-americans on the jury. you need someone who can fight and understand the issues and educate the other jurors.
is not making the investment in higher education. so, you know, tuition goes up because the federal government is not providing money, you know, for repairing schools, for research at universities. so, you know, we need to make an investment in education otherwise the college tuition will continue to go up and then the student loan crisis becomes even more of a crisis. we're not doing that. >> we're not, even in the student loan conversation, we're not even talking about if you've seen in the past couple of weeks hbcus and sort of how the changes in the loan program has affected the students going to historically black colleges. typically have been able to afford and qualify for those loans and now not even qualifying for that. that is putting undue harm on the colleges and universities that were able to accept these students in the past. we need a fundamental change overall. >> bigger issues. but we're stuck on the 6.8 versus the 3.4. >>> courts weighed in on gay marriage and now it's congress' turn, maybe. that's next. take these bags to room 12 please. [ garth ] bjorn's small business earns
are pouring in to try to educate me. taylor swift getting involved in our goat debate. is it true? >> steve: it's true. >> brian: we'll go to the goat boy and find out what he thinks. "fox & friends'" third hour starts just about now. >> steve: that, by the way, is a sheep. >> steve: that was a rooster sound. that's a cow. we've been playing with sounds -- that's a dog. we've been playing something we thought was a goat. it's actually sheep. >> brian: here is the thing, i know if a tree is tilted and you can walk up, but i can't see a tree doing what a -- a goat doing what a monkey does. >> gretchen: have you ever heard of mountain goats? i stymied him! >> brian: see, i could see a goat climb a boulder. >> steve: these are the famous famous -- look at this. it is you such a miracle. >> gretchen: it's not! if you go to certain parts of the world, you can see goats climbing up on cliffs that you -- the rappeller, professional climber couldn't rappel on. >> brian: for a while, dolphins were solving crimes. (buzzer) i expect anything to happen. my feeling is that this must be stunt goats. this
to in the meantime. >>> how about the come-on congress. they say education is a priority, they helped the banks, they help homeowners with mortgage rates, student loans pop up, they say they'll fix it and make it retroactive, any action yet in. >> there's a compromise on the senate side. joe manchin from west virginia was involved in getting background checks on guns compromise, angus king, new independent from maine, a couple governors involved as well. on the senate side you see an effort closer to the president's plan, peg them on treasury bonds. graduate rates higher than regular loans. we see movement in the senate, but the big question is the republican controlled house when they look at the proposal does it make them change at all? we don't know the answer to that yet. it's nice to see progress but the house is more important than the senate. >> especially in this one. john king great to see you, thank you. >> thank you. >> republicans say education matters also. this is a mystery. >> republican house says they've already passed a aboutily in may. >> look at the rates, got to put the rat
was born. >> reporter: 57 million boys and girled worldwide are denied educations, but they now have a voice, forceful and poetic. >> they realize the importance of light when we see darkness. we realize the importance of a voice when we are silence. in the same way, we realized the importance of pens and books. let us stick up. let us stick up our books and pens. they are our most powerful weapons. one child one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world. >> reporter: at 16 malala is unburdened by doubts about how much change is possible. just the sight of her suggests maybe she's on to something. for "cbs this morning saturday," this is jim axelrod in new york. >> what an inspiration. >>> well a swarm of reporters and photographers have been camped out for days now at london's st. mary's hospital awaiting word of a royal new button. despite all the headlines, buckingham palace is silenced. royal commentator is there with the baby watch crash. good morning. i know you've got a lot of company there. the palace has never really confirmed the due date have
'm good at that. >> we have to understand barbarians need to be educated. they need to be disciplineed. >> mm-hmm. so i was on the cnn last night talking about the spitzer comeback. spitzer and weiner. i said i want to move to new york and run both of their campaigns and say i'm calling from weiner spitzer. or spitzer weiner. >> i bet she does. >> i bet she does. jim, don't make me go there. >> jim don't. [ buzzer ] >> it does sound like a choice spits or weiner. i don't know which is depends on my mood. okay see i'm bias. i love eliot. we know him. he's our colleague here at current. >> great man. >> i ran into him at msnbc i found him incredibly smart and just funny. >> just because he did that one dalliance does not make him unsmart. >> well, there is a new bar for sex scandals, let me just say between schwarzenegger and sandford, pick one edwards you know. anyway, and he's funny about it. he has a sense of humor about it he has humility, and as jim said he's really smart and he's right on all this wall street stuff and comptroller, i think he's very well-qualified for that job. >>
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